Celebrate African Heritage Month
Tuesday February 16, 2021  7pm - 7:30pm (30 Minutes)
Literary Lecture / Seminar Community

This year’s African Heritage Month provincial theme, Black History Matters: Listen, Learn, Share and Act, recognizes the important legacy of people of African Descent and the long-standing history in the development of Canada.
To celebrate African Heritage Month, AVRL presents an author reading by Andre Fenton, an award-winning author, spoken-word artist, and arts educator who has represented Halifax at seven national poetry festivals across Canada. He is an author of two YA novels, Worthy of Love from Formac Publishing, and ANNAKA from Nimbus Publishing. Through the lens of fiction and poetry, Andre has facilitated workshops at over 30 schools across Nova Scotia helping young writers and performers develop their craft. He is currently working on his third novel. Andre is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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Free

AVRL Virtual Program Space
Annapolis Valley Regional Library
Berwick, Nova Scotia


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